Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson out for Golden State Warriors vs. LA Clippers

Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

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Thompson is out for rest. Kevin Durant (right calf strain), Draymond Green (right knee soreness) & Andre Iguodala (left knee & hip soreness) are available to play. He sat out victories over the Rockets, Clippers and Nuggets.

Curry did no such thing after Warriors shootaround Wednesday, because his right ankle would not allow it.

Warriors general manager, Bob Myers, went on record with 95.7 The Game after Golden State's morning shootaround, overtly stating that the team isn't too anxious about Curry's ankle and that there was no need to conduct an MRI.

Curry sprained his right ankle, according to the Warriors.

Curry returned to the court in the game against the Grizzlies on December 30 after missing 11 games.

Thompson was Golden State's only player this season to appear in all 41 games.

The Warriors play the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday, before traveling to Toronto to take on the Raptors on Saturday. He made more than 50 percent of his three-pointers and the team went 5-0.

How many games Curry is expected to miss has not been released, though he'll likely not return until fully healthy. He's also shot 57.4 percent from the field, 53.2 percent from behind the arc and 89.7 from the free throw line.

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